U.S. State Dept memo on bringing foreign Ebola patients to America

We now have the actual State Department memo recommending the “expeditious” importing of Ebola-infected non-citizens into the United States for medical treatment.
It would cost $300,000 to treat each patient and another $200,000 for transportation — expenses that the State Dept. claims will be borne by the patient or their parent organization, and NOT by U.S. taxpayers. But do you actually believe the Obama administration? I don’t.
Since when has Obama actually told the truth about anything? Or have we forgotten his grand promise of “If you like your health insurance, you can keep your insurance,” or “your health insurance premium will actually go down with Obamacare”?
Then there is the graver matter of intentionally bringing into the United States even more people who are Ebola-infected — as if the case of “Patient Zero” Liberian Thomas Eric Duncan isn’t enough — and thereby increases the likelihood that the deadly hemorrhagic virus contaminate and infect more Americans.

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2 responses to “U.S. State Dept memo on bringing foreign Ebola patients to America

  1. Make the Affordable Health Care Act applicable world-wide! That’s the least we can do. (Sarc.)

     
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